Hopefully, chef Kevin Luzande doesn't put anyone's neighborhood tamale vendor out of business.
Vicente del Rio plans to merge the casual feel of his taquerias with the art-obsessed sophistication of his upscale Frida.
Rocio Camacho opens her first solo restaurant and quickly establishes unique and genre-bending recipes.
The deals end with the Super Bowl.
The owners are Sharkeez are trying to make up for the past sins committed in the name of oh-so-much bad tequila.
Tijuana's best was on display, from Javier Plascencia's paella to the birthplace of the Caesar salad.
The two famous mole states will battle it out this Sunday on Olvera Street.
The city's main mezcal ambassador curates over 50 bottles, but saves the best for her inner circle.
The owner also recounts the meal at Super Rica that started him on the path to taco entrepreneurship.
Mixto Comida Latina's healthy take on Mexican just might be a sign of times in Silver Lake.
This will be The South Bay's first location of the big burrito slingers and L.A.'s third.
While tacos were in abundance, the tequila ran dry.
The rumored change might be intended to highlight the presence of Sergio Penuelas in the kitchen.
Thirteen different styles of mole will be the focus of this free Olvera street festival.
The menu has a little of everything, from Venezuelan food to hot dogs.
You can drink beer anytime, but when will you ever make your own cactus tortillas?
A Kosher Mexican restaurant run by a Mexican-Japanese chef? Only in L.A., kids.
Bil Esparza predicts, "It will feel like I'm at a taqueria in Condesa, where wine is served and valet parking is available."
Putting Red O at the top of its "Best Mexican" list and giving Loteria two spaces makes the publication strike out on L.A.'s favorite food.